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MA in Research Methods in Politics - International Relations 1+3

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Upper second-class honours degree or equivalent in politics or a cognate subject.
  • Academic Title
    MA in Research Methods in Politics / International Relations 1+3
  • Course description
    MA in Research Methods in Politics / International Relations 1+3

    This course is designed to meet the research training guidelines provided by the Economics and Social Research council (ESRC) and provides all the training necessary to continue to doctoral research or embark on a career as a specialist researcher.

    Structure

    The MA is built around three complementary strands which introduce you to a broad range of theoretical and methodological approaches, and equip you for research in Politics.

    The three strands are:

    Generic social science methods training

    Politics/international relations methods training

    Specialist training pathway in one area of politics/ international relations

    Core modules

    Generic social science training

    -The research process
    -Quantitative methods
    -Qualitative methods

    Subject-specific training

    -Advanced political analysis
    -Methods in politics/international relations

    Modules
    One pathway from the following options list:

    -Theories and Issues in International Political Economy
    -The European Union
    -The politics of public policy analysis
    -Comparative politics
    -Political behaviour
    -Political theory
    -Theory and practice of international relations
    -Power in Britain
    -Dissertation

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